The West Wing provides a glimpse into presidential politics in the nation's capital as it tells the stories of the members of a fictional presidental administration. These interesting characters have humor and dedication that touches the heart while the politics that they discuss touch on everyday life.
The West Wing Season 7 (2005-2006)
|7x01 The Ticket |
Political commentators begin to criticize Santos' choice of running mate, but Josh remains sure of Leo as his running mate. The investigation into the leak continues and White House ...
|Sep. 25, 2005|
|7x02 The Mommy Problem |
When the Grand Jury convenes on the military leak investigation, Santos and Vinick are left to deal with the fallout. Vinick deftly handles the issue, but Santos, bound by party loyalty, ...
|Oct. 02, 2005|
|7x03 Message Of The Week |
Weeks into the campaign, Vinick decides to begin targeting immigration - an issue that Santos hasn't yet addressed. Santos pulls a stunt which leads to higher approval ratings and throws ...
|Oct. 09, 2005|
|7x04 Mr. Frost |
C.J. has to deal with issues by herself when most of the White House staff is subpoenaed to testify in the leak investigation. A Palestinian leader is assassinated and Bartlet, despite ...
|Oct. 16, 2005|
|7x05 Here Today |
As the White House copes with the knowledge of the leak, Babish's questioning leads Toby to call his lawyer. Josh, with the persuasion of Lou, decides that the Santos' campaign must ...
|Oct. 23, 2005|
|7x06 The Al Smith Dinner |
An attack ad on Santos sponsored by a pro-life organization puts both campaigns in a bind when the focus turns to the candidates' stance on abortion. Donna joins the Santos campaign ...
|Oct. 30, 2005|
|7x07 The Debate |
Santos and Vinick go head-to-head in a live, primetime debate. Two versions, one for the East coast and one for the West coast aired, moderated by Forrest Sawyer and hosted by Ellen ...
|Nov. 06, 2005|
|7x08 Undecideds |
After the boost from the debate, Santos runs into trouble when he visits a Los Angeles community where a young African-American boy was shot and killed by a Latino police officer. Meanwhile, ...
|Dec. 04, 2005|
|7x09 The Wedding |
On the day of Ellie's wedding, Bartlet must try to help an escalating situation between China and Russia regarding oil all while preparing for his daughter wedding at the White House. ...
|Dec. 11, 2005|
|7x10 Running Mates |
As the staff prepares for Leo's Vice-Presidential debate, they must deal with Internet criticism that Leo is weak and unfocused. Meanwhile, when Santos stops by his home while on the ...
|Jan. 08, 2006|
|7x11 Internal Displacement |
C.J., while in the middle of the China-Russia crisis, must deal with embarrassing information about a Bartlet all while monitoring the conditions in the Sudan. Meanwhile, Josh goes ...
|Jan. 15, 2006|
|7x12 Duck And Cover |
With the possibility of a nuclear reactor exploding in California, the presidential hopefuls struggle try to come up with a strategy to deal with the impending disaster while President ...
|Jan. 22, 2006|
|7x13 The Cold |
The candidates are surprised at their poll ratings after a close call at the San Andreo nuclear plant. Meanwhile, Bartlet debates whether or not to send U.S. troops to Central Asia ...
|Mar. 12, 2006|
|7x14 Two Weeks Out |
As election day nears, the candidates begin to feel the strain of the campaign trail. Despite the lack of sleep and physical ailments, the candidates are forced to make difficult campaign ...
|Mar. 19, 2006|
|7x15 Welcome to Wherever You Are |
Toby is pressured to reveal the source of the shuttle leak; as election day nears, Santos pushes himself to his limit while on the campaign trial.
|Mar. 26, 2006|
|7x16 Election Day, Part 1 |
During the night before Election Day, C.J. is faced with choosing between job offers, Josh stresses over the returns, and Annabeth makes a shocking discovery.
|Apr. 02, 2006|
|7x17 Election Day, Part 2 |
As the polls close and results begin to trickle in, tensions, as well as emotions, fly. Santos and Josh deal with the loss of the Vice Presidential Candidate, and Vinick argues with ...
|Apr. 09, 2006|
|7x18 Requiem |
In the wake of Leo's death, the current staff, as well as staff members from the past, join President Bartlet at Leo's funeral. Meanwhile, Santos must deal with the loss of his running ...
|Apr. 16, 2006|
|7x19 Transition |
The White House is shocked when the President-Elect calls the President of China, taking a different position on foreign policy than that of President Bartlet. Meanwhile, Josh debates ...
|Apr. 23, 2006|
|7x20 The Last Hurrah |
While Santos debates who to choose as his Vice President, Helen has to deal with her new duties as First Lady and new issues the First Family are facing. Meanwhile, Vinick has to figure ...
|Apr. 30, 2006|
|7x21 Institutional Memory |
With Santos' inauguration nearing and the Bartlet administration preparing to leave the White House, C.J., as well as the other staff members, has to decide what to do with her future. ...
|May. 07, 2006|
|7x22 Tomorrow |
As the Bartlet administration prepares to make their exit, the staff pauses to look back on their past 8 years working in the West Wing. Meanwhile, the incoming Santos administration ...
|May. 14, 2006|
Season 7 Characters
Season 7 Videos
West Wing: Season 7 (01:31)
Season 7 Quotes
|Season 7 / Episode 19: - Transition|
Donna Moss: Be still and listen to me. I don't know what this is. And you don't either, which is perfectly fine and understandable. Whatever the build up, it's all happened amid absurdly heightened emotional circumstances. The election. Leo's death. There's been no moment to so much as take a breath, much less figure any of this out. And now this roller coaster's plunging into the transition, with its time-pressure demands and then the inauguration and it's hit the ground running and the first hundred days, and before you know it, the midterms and the new Congress and then we're running again and four years becomes eight, and we've never had the talk. And you can lose that look of panic in your eyes, we're not going to have it now; we don't ever have to have it. But there's a window. I'd say four weeks. If we can't get it together in that time to figure out what we want from each other, then clearly, it's not worth the trouble.
|Season 7 / Episode 11: - Internal Displacement|
C.J. Cregg: Men are like salmon. Swimming upstream, hosing down the riverbed with their indiscriminate seed...
Danny Concannon: Indiscriminate seed?
C.J. Cregg: Until...
Danny Concannon: Did you just say "indiscriminate seed"?
C.J. Cregg: Until they die, bloated and spent, belly-up in the sun.
Danny Concannon: Oh, quit sweet-talkin' me, baby.
C.J. Cregg: Unless they get taken out with a bear paw in the waterfall, as they deserve to be.
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